Pintxos Bar
in Fitzroy, Melbourne
On Brunswick St On Brunswick St


285 Brunswick Street
Fitzroy, Melbourne

Opening hours:
Sun to Tues: 12pm - 12am
Wed to Sat: 12pm - 1am

03 9416 2238

Try their new infused vodka: Pomegranate

With an unbeatable price for unique pintxos (80 cents each at designated lunch and dinner breaks), Naked For Satan has brought a new way of eating Spanish food in Australia since its opening early this year: a Basque style Pintxos and Vodka Bar.

It is also in 2011 that The Age Cheap Eats celebrates its 25th Anniversary. This self described guide as "a yearly barometer of Melbourne's food scene at a grass-roots level" has awarded Naked For Satan as Bar Of The Year:

"Affordable, inventive pinchos that pair well with sinful cocktails and a fab fitout".

Both the pintxos and the vodka are made on site using fresh ingredients. The menu changes constantly as the owners travel to San Sebastian (north of Spain) yearly to come back and offer new stuff. New additions have recently been included in the Spanish wines list. And in a year time, the venue will expand too... (it's a secret we can't explain - yet!)

As for the name? Well, it seems to be related to its swanky interior, an urban myth and a Fitzroy legend, so head down to Brunswick St to figure it out yourself...

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